Smokers Anonymous

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Smokers Anonymous Nicotine Anonymous (NicA) is a twelve-step program for people desiring to quit smoking and live nicotine free.

National 12 step meetings and Anonymous Groups is a growing repository of meeting data for all well-known established 12 step groups. From coast-to-coast in the USA, this is a growing and free resource to update meetings for all anonymous 12 step groups. The purpose is simple. Provide necessary logistics via maps, precisely the location of a community of people seeking recovery in a private setting. Often times, there isn’t one resource that compiles the meeting locations for all groups, thereby making attendance quite difficult and threatening to one’s recovery. We hope that with your participation, we collectively are able to achieve this goal.

12 Step National Meetings is operated by Sober Group LLC, whose focus, passion, and reason for being resides in our commitment to help addiction treatment and sober living entities grow and thrive in the digital world. Our job is to create relevant and lasting connections between treatment professionals and the clients who seek them.


Do you want to live nicotine-free life? - Live nicotine-free Smokers Anonymous is a self-help group for people who want to live nicotine-free lives. By offering support to others who are addicted to this addictive chemical, member can accept their cravings but choose not to act on them. This group is open to people who have a desire to be free from nicotine.…
The Twelve Steps to Quitting Smoking - Twelve Steps to Quitting Smoking Pick up a note pad, pen or pencil. Sit in a quiet room and jot down all valid reasons that you should and could stop smoking. There are probably more than a dozen sound reasons, (one of them being the cost), but 12 steps should be more than enough to…
The Twelve Steps, valid reasons to quit smoking - Reasons to quit smoking One of the first reasons should should relate to health. Do not rationalize and tell yourself that emphysema or lung cancer can never happen to you. Lung cancer can happen to people 20 years after they stop smoking, and it can happen earlier to those who never stop. Pick up a…